The Association of German Public Insurers (VöV) is the umbrella organisation of the German public insurance companies and a corporation established under public law. Founded in 1911, it represents 11 primary insurers across Germany that are deeply embedded in their regions. The group is the second-largest primary insurance provider in the German market, with more than EUR 140 billion of investments under management, thereby making a significant contribution to the European economy. The group is committed by law to support the public good. It has 50 million insurance contracts and pays out EUR 18 billion each year to its clients.
The public insurers employ 30,000 people. Through 17,500 own branches and offices of their partners, they offer advice and protection across most insurance sectors (health, life, pension, motor, indemnity, fire, etc.) for retail clients of all income groups and for professional clients, with a specific focus on small and medium-sized companies.
The Association of German Public Insurers represents the interests of its members at the national and the European level through its head offices in Düsseldorf and Berlin and its liaison office in Brussels.
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|Mr Wolfgang Eichert||Account Admin|
|Brussels reception of German Public Insurers (VöV) on 6 November 2019||6 Nov 2019|